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29 Oct 2009

"How can I cope with my pupils who have Asperger Syndrome?"

"How can I cope with my pupils who have Asperger Syndrome?" *BehaviourUK would like to thank Ben Good for letting us reprint his article. Ben has Asperger Syndrome and we explained to him that we wanted an article to give teachers an idea about the condition and how to help pupils in their classe...
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29 Oct 2009

" I believe my pupils have worse behaviour after eating at breaktime. Is this possible? Or am I imagining it?"

"I believe my pupils have worse behaviour after eating at breaktime. Is this possible? Or am I imagining it?" *Why is it that a student’s ability to learn is influenced by the food and drink they have during the day? Why is it that we appear less able to cope with the challenging behaviour pre...
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29 Oct 2009

"I am dreading telling parents about their daughter's behaviour."

"I am dreading telling parents about their daughter's behaviour." *Meeting Parents. The Polite Art of Diplomatic Persuasion….. It can sometimes be a difficult meeting when a parent is asked to come into school because their child’s behaviour is unsatisfactory. I remember the occasion of my fir...
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29 Oct 2009

"One of my pupils is being bullied; a staff member says he's dealing with it but the bullying continues."

"One of my students is constantly being bullied by another student. The Head of Year has been told the matter is "being dealt with." But the other day I caught him doing it again – what should I do?" *Firstly, I would seek full details from the student. I would write these down. I would t...
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29 Oct 2009

"I get little support in dealing with my pupils' behaviour."

"A teacher finds herself in a tough school, where the children’s behaviour is unacceptable. She cannot get any support from her colleagues, who seem to be turning a blind eye to these problems. How can she convince the senior team to take her concerns seriously?" *Obviously it is the senior manag...
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29 Oct 2009

"I have pupils who keep telling lies."

Young people will often tell lies for a variety of reasons. They may feel they need to compensate for other things in their day to day existence and so choose to embelish certain aspects of their lives. A child whose father works in a warehouse may "embelish" the father’s work and instead announce...
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